Warhammer announces Cursed City expansion, miniatures sold separately

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Warhammer The surprisingly popular board game returns in October with a new expansion in the works, though Games Workshop has made the bizarre choice of forcing players to purchase the game’s miniatures separately. This weekend, Games Workshop announced Warhammer Quest: Cursed City – Night Wars, a new expansion for Warhammer Quest: Cursed City. The expansion will pick up where the game’s main narrative left off, with players still trying to rid Ulfenkarn of the vampiric darkness plaguing the city. In the new expansion, players will have to undertake three separate journeys to rid the city of three new vampire lords, each coming with their own unique threats to face..

Whereas Cursed City – Night Wars will continue where the base game left off, players will need to do a bit more work if they want to play through the new expansion. Night Wars uses pre-existing elements Age of Sigmar characters and players will need to purchase their miniatures separately if they want to play. Hopefully you already have an army of Soulblight Gravelords in your collection, otherwise this expansion will be incredibly expensive to complete.

This isn’t the first time Games Workshop has struggled to support Cursed city. The game originally released in 2021 and quickly sold out online and in stores. Instead of announcing plans for a reprint, Games Workshop scrubbed all mention of the game from their websites, until finally announcing that they were re-releasing the game as a custom product earlier this year. A full draw will be released in October, bringing the game back to stores for the first time.

Games Workshop plans to release more details on Warhammer Quest: Cursed City – Night Wars in the near future. No release date or price has been announced for the expansion.

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